By Paul David Blanc MD, MSPH (auth.), Yuh-Chin T. Huang, Andrew J. Ghio, Lisa A. Maier (eds.)
A medical consultant to Occupational and Environmental Lung Diseases promises a concise compendium to the prognosis and administration of occupational and environmental lung illnesses, incorporating evidence-based directions the place on hand. every one bankruptcy offers an up-to-date evaluate and a realistic method of assorted occupational and environmental lung ailments. With speedily altering know-how, new stipulations and exposures will certainly emerge. Clinicians have to stay vigilant approximately assessing the aptitude hyperlink among lung illnesses and environmental exposures, and this ebook presents a pragmatic consultant to acknowledge, diagnose, and stop occupational and environmental lung ailments. Written for working towards clinicians together with internists, pulmonologists, and first care companies, in addition to business hygienists and environmental regulators, A scientific consultant to Occupational and Environmental Lung Diseases is a well timed and critical new quantity and a useful contribution to the literature.
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A Clinical Guide to Occupational and Environmental Lung Diseases by Paul David Blanc MD, MSPH (auth.), Yuh-Chin T. Huang, Andrew J. Ghio, Lisa A. Maier (eds.)